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Opening zip and flash files that have been sent via email

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    i want some open flash files for prectise



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I recommend winrar but there are several free programs for them as well. I believe one is called 7x or 7zip.

Google them.


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WinZip is a file compression utility that allows users to "zip" files into archives that have significantly smaller file sizes than the original files.
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I just bought Microsoft Office 2010 so I could open some attachements from an email. I still can't get the files to open, something about free disk space. the file is a zip file. Please help, I

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Open the zipped file with Internet Explorer only.

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Cant mail a pic from desktop by right clicking and selecting send mail as i get an error that it cant send

Most email providers will limit the size of the email to 10mb. Some go as large as 30mb.
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If the file size is fairly large try compressing the software using software like winzip or winrar. To see if it can shrink the file enough to be sent via email.
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I can not open a zip file that has been paid for.

I find it odd that you got the zip version for the same price as the disk.

Did you download the zip and try to extract it? What format is the zip file and are you using a file extractor that's compatible with it? Is the zip file password protected?

I know these all seem like silly questions, but sometimes people think that the zip can be opened within the email and aren't aware that there are different formats. Password protected zip files can be unlocked with the password and in some cases there are tools online that can do it for you if you don't know the password. Unfortunately, these applications will come up as a virus on your computer because what the do is check the algorithm of your file and extract the password and the file. By extracting the password, the virus protection looks at it as being a hacker tool, which in reality it is, but not for the wrong reasons.

Ok. Now on to the next part of your question.

If you've already contacted the seller and they've chosen to ignore you, there's a good likelihood that they just scammed you.

The reason I say this, is because any reputable person/business would honor your request for the disk right away or at the very least check the zip file to make certain that they had indeed sent you a good file.

At this point in the game, I'd suggest you file a dispute against them with PayPal.

PayPal will monitor the activity of the dispute that has to be settled within a certain time that they set and if it's not resolved they keep it on file and is a reflection against the sellers account.

An email is sent to the seller directly from PayPal so it can't be ignored or they can't say that they weren't aware of the dispute.

When someone makes a purchase through them the account will show that the seller has an unsettled dispute against their account and will generally set off the bells and whistles that this person isn't worth dealing with.

If there are to many unresolved disputes against the account, PayPal will limit or freeze the account which means that the seller can't request money, send money or close down their account to remove funds.

This is PayPal's way of protecting the consumer.

I hope this helps and you can get this resolved as soon as possible.

All the best to you.

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Google mail has a habit of zipping files up. You can use in eval mode to unzip it or look arround and find a freeware un zipper

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Hi helpmebob, It all depends how the attachments are sent and recieved. If the attachments are Zipped or WinRar then you have to have the appropriate program Software to open them. Good Luck.

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You have to open the zip file on the computer itself (using WinZip or some other unzipper), and extract the individual files that are contained within the zip file. The zip file is sort of like a container that holds other files.

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